Kissinger, court Jews and Anti-Semites, West Tolerated Enslavement to Appease Left


#1

I read the column excerpted below with a mixture of prior knowledge, disgust and disdain. First, where I depart from the writer is in his admiration for Richard Milhous Nixon. Both Nixon and Kissinger were partners in the cynical policy of detente. The Jews were not the only victims of detente; millions of Czechs, Slovaks, Poles, Lithuanians, Latvians, Estonians and Hungarians, as well as East Germans were enslaved. Not to mention North Koreans, Chinese and Vietnamese. We couldn’t fight all those countries, but we didn’t need to prop them up either.

In other words, I sincerely believe that Kissinger was an “equal opportunity cynic”.

The one debt that we sort of owe him, along with Alexander Haig, was keeping our country on an even keep while Nixon’s mental health and honesty problems threatened to utterly destroy the world’s most powerful democracy.

Otherwise, I mince no words for either.
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Kissinger, court Jews and Anti-Semites (link)

Few would be shocked with details of further anti-Semitic outbursts by former president Richard Nixon revealed in the latest transcripts of tapes released from the Nixon library. He was a vulgar man whose foul mouthing extended beyond Jews to Afro-Americans, Irish-Americans, Italian-Americans and other ethnic groups.


One need only read Yehuda Avner’s recent book “The Prime Ministers” [pages 246-248], which provides transcripts of the Nixon tapes clearly demonstrating that it was the president who overruled his Jewish Secretary of State, ordering him to pull out all the stops to airfreight weapons to Israel at a critical turning point in the war.
We are now privy to Kissinger’s notorious outburst to Nixon following a meeting with Golda Meir during which she pleaded for the White House to support efforts to free Soviet Jews. What he subsequently said will undoubtedly haunt him for the rest of his life:

“The immigration of Jews from the Soviet Union is not an objective of American foreign policy. And if they put Jews into gas chambers in the Soviet Union, it is not an American concern.” He ended this obscene remark by conceding that gassing Jews “may be a humanitarian concern.”

Even in his worst moments, Nixon never suggested that he would stand aside whilst a replay of the Holocaust took place. It was Kissinger, the Jewish Secretary of State and himself a refugee from Nazi persecution who had he remained in Germany would probably have been gassed, made this obscene remark. As it was, he lost 13 of his close relatives during the Shoa.

Had Louis Farrakhan or Mel Gibson said something remotely similar, there would rightly have been an impassioned outcry.
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#2

Why do they keep bringing up Nixon? When are they going to discus crimes against humanity committed under Clinton’s watch? Here is the final paragraph of an article about Jesse Jackson who was Clinton’s special envoy to Africa. I read the article and it made me sick.

“The ever hustling Mr. Jackson, who has been cutting corners and cutting deals ever since he dropped out of the Chicago Theological Seminary after a scant six months and began calling himself “the Reverend Jackson,” definitely has the blood of slaughtered African innocents on his hands. Because he was acting as America’s “special envoy” to Africa, it’s high time Mr. Jesse answered a few tough questions about the horror he wrought in Africa. It’s time to follow the trail of the African blood diamonds.”

Blood on Jesse’s Hands


#3

I’m not sure Farrakhan would draw that much attention. My feeling is that the media will look the other way as much as they can get away with.


#4

The context of that post was an e-mail that circulated among our synagogue. We hold ourselves to higher standards than “Jesse Jackson” standards. He doesn 't have any standards nor do many of his followers


#5

Yes. I saw a video clip of Craig Ferguson ( a talk show host) interviewing a journalist. He asks " you are a Democrat?" The journalist said that he is a journalist. Craig’s response was “it’s the same thing”.


#6

Why be squeamish about discussion of Nixon and Kissinger? While Nixon saw the need to draw a line in the sand, in 1973, where Kissinger seemed not to, both were betrayers of the first order. As reprehensible as JJ, is he isn’t in their league.


#7

Yes, I agree.

Nixon and Kissinger were accomplices in letting N. Vietnam re-arm during their idiot “cease fires”. In fact I read where N. Vietnam was on the verge of defeat when our duo agreed to cease fire after cease fire.

A case could be made that they caused even more casualties among American military.

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#8

[quote=“Bucks, post:7, topic:28619”]
Yes, I agree.

Nixon and Kissinger were accomplices in letting N. Vietnam re-arm during their idiot “cease fires”. In fact I read where N. Vietnam was on the verge of defeat when our duo agreed to cease fire after cease fire.

A case could be made that they caused even more casualties among American military.

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[/quote]Add to that their subsidized grain sales to the Soviet Union. Since grain is fungible on world markets the cheap grain was immediately sold at a profit. Want to bet that the money went into the arms race rather than benefitting ordinary USSR citizens?